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Old 05-27-2012, 05:27 PM   #1
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Fuse for leveling jacks

We have a '94 National Dolphin 34' diesel pusher. Our leveling jacks stopped working and we are trying to figure out where the fuse would be located. We have no manual. Does anyone know where this might be? I found a manual for a later year gas powered Dolphin, and it shoes fuses on the dash, above the steering column. But ours is not like that. ?? Would sure appreciate help. Thanks!

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What brand of leveling jacks? On my '94 Power Gear there is an in-line fuse under the dash just before the control box (not the operating panel).

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Old 05-28-2012, 05:49 AM   #3
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On the newer Nationals, there is a large Circuit breaker in the electrical box near the inverter. It is resetable, and also kills power to the geny. The power box is usually located in the inverter compartment on the left side. There may also be a fuse near the pump. Also if your switch in the air system is not telling th panel the brake is on it will not power ukp the jacks.
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Thank you both. We still are not finding it. I guess we will just take it into the shop and have them figure it out. It was worth a try anyway. I appreciate your time!
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